#033: Staying On Course and Loving Your Critics [Podcast]

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When you’re doing something great, you’re going to encounter resistance. When this happens too many of us struggle silently and eventually just give up. In this session of The DancePreneuring Studio, Ballroom B-Boy Hip Twist shows you how to look the haters right in the eye and win the day.

Session Summary

    • Step to Success: Just as steps are necessary in a dance, there are steps to success in your life and business. In this segment, we discuss a step in the form of an app, a book, or a concept that will help you move forward.  Today’s step is an app for your Macbook called FruitJuice that helps preserve your battery.  Thank you to The Ray Edwards Show for the tip!
    • The Dancers’ Dialect: Dance buy ciprofloxacin cipro terminology as it relates to life and business.  This week’s term is Brazilian Zouk. Check out this article that talks about the rising popularity of this dance form.
    • Freestyle Flow: We discuss empathy vs. sympathy.  Here is an entertaining video that explains the difference between the two:

  • Feature Presentation:  AJ Edgington, also known as Ballroom B-Boy Hip Twist, and I have a very transparent conversation about the struggles that he is going through in the business and development of the Hollywood Hustle.

Links From This Session

AJ’s Credits

OC Hustle Facebook

Club One Studio

Hollywood Hustle on YouTube

Instagram

Tony Dovolani

Boogaloo Shrimp

FruitJuice

Psychology Today Article

Dance Doctor

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About the author, Annett

Annett Bone is the creator and host of The DancePreneuring Studio where she guides her listeners on a journey of transformation inspired by dance, life, and business. The podcast is a reflection of her personal adventure overcoming her fears and returning to her passion for dance after a 20+ year hiatus, the lessons that she has learned along the way, and proving that it’s never too late to be great.

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